Acharnes or Menidi / Acharnai
Monumental vaulted tomb with important findings. It is dated to the late Mycenaean period (13th century BC). Continuity was found in the performance of hero worship throughout historical times. The finds in the National Archaeological Museum of Athens.
The ancient municipality of Acharna was the most densely populated and one of the most important in Attica. The core of the settlement was located on a hill west of Menidi, at the foot of Mount Parnitha. The classical Doric temple of Areos (450/440 BC) was originally located here, the remains of which are preserved in the Agora of Athens where it was transferred in its entirety and rebuilt in the years of the emperor Augustus (31 BC - 14 AD ).
Source: MINISTRY OF THE AEGEAN